The Daily Shot Brief – October 6th, 2020



United States: Consumer inflation expectations have been overshooting the actual price gains.

Source: @WSJ Read full article


Europe: Despite the SNB’s efforts to keep the Swiss franc from appreciating, hedge funds continue to maintain net long positions.

Source: @WSJ Read full article


China: This chart shows US views on China (by political affiliation).

Source: ANZ Research


Energy: US electricity production is the lowest in years (for this time of the year).

Source: @TCosterg


Credit: Business loan balances have been declining as companies pay down their revolving credit lines.

Source: @stlouisfed


Commercial paper outstanding continues to shrink.

Source: @stlouisfed


Food For Thought: Who will be attending a Halloween party this year?

Source: Morning Consult Read full article

Edited by Devon Lall

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